Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Leaning"

The meaning of "Leaning" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Leaning to the f*cking youth mean?
A: Lol where did you see that?
Q: What does Leaning toward (someone or something) mean?
A: "Leaning toward" means "I haven't decided but right now this is the option I'm favoring"
Q: What does Leaning into... mean?
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Example sentences using "Leaning"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Leaning into .
A: I'm leaning into the wind.
Estou me inclinando ao vento.

Translations of "Leaning"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Leaning English
A: Leaning or Learning?

Other questions about "Leaning"

Q: Leaning English is really tough for me. My English is not getting any better even though I've been giving it my shot. I'm always suspicious of whether my English will get somewhere down the load even if I keep studying as hard as I am doing now. Every so often I think I feel like calling it quits, as I feel I have no shot at getting better at English. However, I don't want to give up on me this time. I want to make sure that there is a thing I can take shape as long as I stick with it. does this sound natural?
A: I'm always suspicious of *how good* my English will get somewhere down the *road* even if I keep studying as hard as I am doing now.

I want to make sure that there is a thing I can take shape *with* as long as I stick with it.
Q: Leaning English is important because almost of all business becomes more global and we need to use English. does this sound natural?
A: I would probably word it as:

"Learning English is important because almost all global businesses use it, so we need to be using English".

Or you can word it as:

"Learning English is important as business is becoming more global, so we need to be using English."

Those would probably sound more grammatically natural, but I still understood exactly what you meant. 😊
Q: Leaning a foreign language might be expected more patience than takes.
does this sound natural?
A: Learning a foreign language might take more patience than expected
Q: Leaning languages needs patience and guts. does this sound natural?
A: I suggest

"Language learning requires patience and motivation" (guts)

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